Multi-platform music project CDR, have just announced their new series of artist talks. Continuing their mission to demystify the creative process and journey of music-making, the platform will bring artists across the musical spectrum to venues across London for a series of workshops.
Two of London’s foremost exponents in the recent South-London jazz resurgence, pianist Joe Armon-Jones and trumpeter Emma Jean-Thackray, discuss their unique interpretations of the genre. Emmavie confesses her digital love for r&b whilst Elsa Hewitt converses her reverence for experimental dream-pop. Things are rounded off with examinations of more dance-heavy cuts from Holding Hands label head, Desert Sound Colony, whilst Shy One hosts a conversation with Bruk maestro IG Culture.
As is commonplace with each of these sessions, CDR invites all attendees to submit ahead or bring their own works in progress, giving them the chance to hear their music in a different context alongside works from the rest of the CDR community.
All events are free, just head to the CDR site to book your place.
January 22nd – Joe Armon-Jones at Five Miles
February 25th – Emmavie at Corsica Studios
March 25th – Emma Jean-Thackray at Rye Wax
April 29th – Elsa Hewitt at The Glove That Fits
May 27th – Desert Sound Colony at Five Miles
June 25th – Shy One in conversation with IG Culture at The Glove That Fits